In statements made to Yahoo Sports, the star guard of the Philadelphia 76ers, James Harden, announced that he will be receiving less money than he could get, as long as the team can make quality contracts, and thus be able to compete for the NBA championship.
last February, forming a luxury duo with Joel Embiid, however, a loss of play by James, and Embiid’s injuries, limited Philadelphia to leave eliminated in the Eastern Conference semifinals against the Miami Heat.
He just wantsto win The 2022/2023 season will be the fourteenth for James Harden in the NBA, having debuted with the Oklahoma City Thunder, to later become a superstar in the Houston Rockets, later being transferred to the Brooklyn Nets, later ending up in Philadelphia, where he assures he is where you want to be “This is how badly I want to win. I want to compete for a championship. That’s all that matters to me at this stage. I’m willing to take less to put ourselves in a position to achieve that.”
James Harden is a 10-time All-Star, 6-time All-NBA Quintet, 3-time NBA Basketball Champion, 1-time leader in assists, 1 -time League MVP, and 1-time Best Player. Sixth Man of the competition.
During the past year, his averages were 22 points, 10.3 assists (second in the NBA), 7.7 rebounds, and 1.3 steals, in 65 games in which he saw action for both the Nets and the Sixers.
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